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BOROUGH's OWN "OSCARS NIGHT"
May 12, 2008, 9:42 pm

THE SEASONS AWARDS

BOROUGH'S Annual Presentation Night and Disco was held for the first time at the Wood Green Labour Club on the evening of Friday May 9th and was a well attended affair. Go to the Photo Gallery to savour the atmoshphere.

This year the Mens First Eleven were the Club's most successful team having secured promotion and won the Divisional Cup which was proudly displayed.

The Individual Awards were:-

PLAYERS PLAYER OF THE SEASON

FIRST TEAM KARL LEWIS

WOMENS TEAM JOSELINA LOPES FERREIRA

UNDER 18s GUSTAVO ANGEL

UNDER 17s MICHAEL HAND

UNDER 16s MEHMET SEKIN

UNDER 15s DAHIR ABDIRAHAMAN

UNDER 13s SERJAN OZBERBER

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

FIRST TEAM DANIEL WHITE

WOMENS TEAM KATRINA SMITH

UNDER 18s SAIID OMAR

UNDER 17s CHINUA PHINN-ARCHER

UNDER 16s SHAMOKAY

UNDER 15s (jointly) YILLI MILKOVICH & STEVEN WILLIAMS

UNDER 13s WESLEY RYAN-ERREIA

TOP GOALSCORER

FIRST TEAM (tied) RY HARDY & KARL LEWIS

WOMENS TEAM SAMUELLA KING

UNDER 18s MICHAEL HAND

UNDER 17s PLATINI BUNZA

UNDER 16s MEHMET SEKIN

UNDER 15s SABRI BOKCIU

UNDER 13s RICARDO REID

MANAGERS PLAYER OF THE SEASON

FIRST TEAM KIERAN DONNELLY

WOMENS TEAM NATASHA ADJOBIA

UNDER 18s LAWRENCE HAYES

UNDER 17s SILVESTRE ESPANA

UNDER 16s ARNOLD AMISSI

UNDER 15s VOLKAN GORUR

UNDER 13s ALI MOHAMMED

FIRST TEAM MANAGERS AWARD TO OUTSTANDING
YOUNG PLAYER OF THE SEASON

MARK MAHER


SPARKLING PERFORMANCE TO CONCLUDE THE SEASON
May 6, 2008, 10:17 am
BOROUGH'S BEST SEASON OVER (well, almost)
 
An enjoyable Bank Holiday Monday match with nothing at stake came as a relief after the tension engendered by the successful  season  long chase after promotion and the Divisional Cup.     Borough said good-bye to Division One  with a convincing 4-1 win over visitors Buckingham Athletic - so finishing the season on a similar note to its beginning which had also started with a 4-1 home win (against Arlesey Athletic).
 
For the Club the season is not quite over as both the Women and the Under 17s  have a game each game to play ( at Coles Park on 11th May and 13th May respectively)    Both teams will be hoping to improve their League positions with the Women looking to reach their best ever Premier Division placing by moving back into third place.
 
PRESENTATION NIGHT IS NIGH
 
All players from the Boroughs 8 teams are reminded that Friday May 9th is the date of the Club's PRESENTATION EVENING - with Buffet and Disco.   At the Wood Green Labour Club, Stuart Crescent, Wood Green,  N22    (just off White Hart Lane close to the junction with Wood Green High Road and about 5 minutes walk from Wood Green Underground Station - up the hill towards Palmers Green).
 
Free to players;   friends and family £5
 
 

GOOD BYE TO DIVISION ONE IN STYLE
May 3, 2008, 7:47 pm
DIVISIONAL CUP VICTORY
 
BOROUGH concluded what they hope will be their only sojourn in Division One of the League by edging home 2-1 in a thrilling Divisional Cup Final with Ampthill Town.    Melvin Thompson in the first half and Patrick Billong in the second half weighed in with the crucial strikes.
 
Following on from last Saturdays clinching of promotion at the first attempt  it was a wonderful way to bring the curtain down on what must be Borough's best ever season and to eradicate the bitter memory of relegation on the last day of 2006/07

A POOR PERFORMANCE, A SCRAPPY DRAW, BUT ITS ENOUGH
Apr 26, 2008, 7:31 pm
PARADISE REGAINED
 

BOROUGH regained the Premier Division status they lost on the final day of last season with a match to spare this time courtesy of an unconvincing 2-2 draw against their next to bottom visitors, Winslow United.    Twice behind Borough secured the vital point with Ry Hardy's 90th minute penalty but a big thank you is due to Amersham Town whose 4-2 win at home to our only rivals for the runners up spot, Hoddesdon Town was perhaps an even greater surprise than our failure to produce a performance worthy of the occasion. 

 

But, to paraphrase a popular cliche - NOW WE CAN CONCENTRATE ON THE CUP.    The Final is next week at London Colney - click on Fixtures & Results, May 3rd for details of how to get there
 
 

FREAK GOAL SECURES THE DRAW WHICH KEEPS
Apr 23, 2008, 12:34 am
BOROUGH STILL THIRD BUT PROMOTION IS NOW OURS TO SECURE OR THROW AWAY
 
A superb match with fellow promotion chasers Hoddesdon Town ended with Borough in the driving seat for if they secure a win and a draw from the two final home games to come they cannot finish below Hoddesdon whatever the result of Hoddesdon's final game at Amersham Town,.     The teams both have 69 points and Hoddesdon have a goal difference better by 1.     Borough could even snatch top spot should they win their two final games by an eleven goal margin.      Borough twice had to come from behind to hold a rampant Hoddesdon side who were far and away the best team played against all season and the description "freak" scarcely begins to describe Borough's second equaliser (see "Fixtures and Results" page for details).

A NARROW VICTORY BUT BOROUGH
Apr 20, 2008, 9:36 pm
........NOW DOWN TO THIRD
 
Substitute Mark Mahers late goal at Arlesey Athletic secured three precious points but with Hoddesdon Town winning by 3-0 at Winslow United Borough's goal difference which had been one better than Hoddesdon's became one worse.    Fortunately, Borough have a vital game in hand over Hoddesdon who visit Coles Park on Tuesday Even a defeat would not extinguish Borough's promotion hopes as a hatful of goals from the  following two games, both at home, could see them get the runners up spot back from Hoddesdon probably on goal difference or even goals scored.    
 
But defeat, and probably even a draw would put paid to Boroughs hopes of the Championship for which, realistically,  only  wins in all three of their remaining games including that with Hoddesdon,  could secure.
 
 

MIDWEEK VICTORY PUTS BOROUGH
Apr 8, 2008, 11:12 pm
.............. INTO SECOND PLACE AGAIN
 
John Cole's 88th minute strike, in a game which looked like finishing goal-less between twwo promotion chasing teams, gave Borough three vital points at New Bradwell St. Peter and moved them up into second place again with only an inferior goal difference keeping them from the top spot. 

BACK INTO A PROMOTION SPOT
Mar 29, 2008, 9:27 pm
BOROUGH GO SECOND
 
Having fallen back to fourth place largely owing to the spate of recent cancellations Borough's 3-1 win at Cheshunt Reserves saw them re-claim a promotion spot on a day when New Bradwell St. Peter  were the only other winners in the promotion chasing six-pack.   Borough are now 4 points behind Hoddesdon Town who are yet to visit Coles Park but with a game in hand on them.
 
                 .............. BUT NOT FOR LONG   as their two nil reverse at Royston Town on Tuesday evening , 1st April, pushed them back to 4th place.

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